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Discussion in 'LOCAL KANSAS TALK' started by brad kilpatrick, Mar 12, 2006.
Anyone found any morels Yet???? Thnik it might be a little early yet but just wanted to check
I used to love to hunt morels, now with my limited time off work I chose to fish instead..I did find this nice mess a few years ago.
I've never even heard of doing this before I came to this board. Whats the deal with hunting morels anyways? Where are good spots to find them? And how do you tell if they are morels or not? I don't want to go and pick up any hallucinogenic mushrooms thinking they are morels lol.
A little early here in central Ohio yet. When you do go out and get some, remember O'le Uncle Scifi and pick one for him - it was one of his favorite pastimes. Maybe he will lead you to some more!
Thats a darn fine mess, Flathunter!
Thats one thing I am going to be sure and do at Salt fork during slack fishing hours at the gathering. Some real nice looking spots on the back side of the lake! I got there to late last year for them, but that weekend should be prime time.
Jack thats one heck of a haul!!! hope Ya had some nice crappie fillets to go with those.....don't get much better then fresh crappie fillets and morels!!!! YUM!!!!!
Little early yet for Morels, but I bet this warm weather has the Oyster mushrooms starting to go. If we don't get some serious rain we may not have a morel season:sad:
now brad there ya go making every1 hungry for mushrooms and crappie, if it was me though i wood do deer steak, mushrooms and a side order of catfish..
Great haul there flat... i'll get the crackers and eggs you bring the shrooms..
hallucinogenic mushrooms are the best.that way you can take a trip and never leave the farm. yeah it early here in ky for them to but it want be long. the way you can tell what they are is they kind of look like a Christmas tree sponge or just check out jacks picture.he had a good day on that one.try it sometime it a good way to get out and wonder around the woods and find all kinds of stuff.
oops, i put the wrong name i was aiming to say look at flathunters picture
Still pretty early yet here but they maybe out here in a few weeks if not sooner, good rain, good warm weather Great to make fungi grow lol.... I love eatting mushrooms(morels) can stand store bought... soak em, flour those babys up and fry em.. MMMM MMM MM but u have to eat only a few if not ur in the bathroom more that outside fishing lol... :crying:
Ive never had morels , but Im going to try them this year.
Look to the second week of April as an average for central Missouri & Kansas.
I wasn't looking for them or anything, but saw one growing on the side of the trail. It was actually the first one I've ever seen outside of a book
Still early but after all this rain, the season is looking better. How cold is to cold for morels?
I agree with micus, we start looking around the 15th of Apr. ( Have a book with locations and how many for last 10 yrs or so find them same spot every year within one or two days)
Start looking when the ground temp in the shade is 52 degrees.
Let me share this site I found last year. It is the most informative one that I have encountered. http://nov55.com/mr/index.html
I love finding that BIG one!
Great site thanks NetManjack
yeah its getting about time here in the next few weeks to go find them, my famliy has a spot we hit year after year(private) and always produces a ton of them the whole famliy gets together and hunts them down